The Premier League season is two weeks in already, and there have been plenty of big performances.
No team has been more impressive than Claudio Ranieri's Leicester City, who have made an early mockery of many pundits pre-season predictions.
The Foxes can also boast that they have the fastest player in the Premier League so far this season.
Here is a run down of the top five, as confirmed via the league's official website...
1) Jamie Vardy - Leicester City - 35.4 km/h
The in form Leicester star has been integral to their 100 per cent start to the season, scoring once, and also picking up two yellow cards.
Carl Jenkinson has only played once due to being ineligible against Arsenal. His match against Leicester was an eventful one, recording the second highest sprint speed in the league this season before having to go in goal after Adrian was sent off.
3) Mame Biram Diouf - Stoke City - 34.7 km/h
Diouf headed home Stoke's first goal in open play this season against Spurs, and didn't let up all game as he helped his side fight back to claim a crucial point.
4) Kyle Walker - Tottenham Hotspur - 34.6 km/h
Unfortunate own goal. Check. No wins this season. Check. Fourth fastest player in the league. Check. We'd say that almost balances itself out for Kyle Walker.
5) Willian - Chelsea - 34.4 km/h
Brazilian attacker Willian faces an incoming threat for his place at Chelsea from Pedro, but he can point to his pace as a real asset, recording the top five speed in the opening weekend draw with Swansea.